Time is running out. Mother’s Day is Sunday, and you need to get Mom a gift. If you are like me, you thought you could still get flowers in time. After all, Amazon has a whole “Fresh Cut Flowers” section, and Prime’s two-day delivery should allow you to get a floral arrangement to your mom on her special day.
But before you think Amazon’s flowers is going to be your salvation, you have to read the fine print. The vendors from whom Amazon gets the flowers all say they won’t deliver on Sundays. Well, that’s not much help.
While Amazon is not much help in the floral department, it still really wants to help you get Mother’s Day right. Last week, they had a deal on Anne Klein watches, and they still have a section devoted to Mother’s Day gifts. I still say stay away from the Fitbit, and the new Kindle is on backorder. That doesn’t mean you are out of luck. Recently, I have written about a couple of great headphones out there, all of which remain good ideas. If your mom is a streamer, there’s no better gift than a Roku. And if you want to get Mom something she will love but would never buy for herself, the Amazon Echo should be at the top of your list.
Still, if none of these options suit your fancy, Amazon is still running Mother’s Day deals. Right now, they are running a large jewelry sale, that also includes free one-day shipping. You can find literally any kind of jewelry on sale here, as the new reduced prices range from $9.99 (these sterling silver earrings are usually $19.99) to $1,950 (these white gold diamond studs are almost a thousand dollars off, as they normally go for $2,873.47).
The average American spends $172.22 on Mother’s Day, so if you want to come in around that mark, you can get Mom these 14k white gold diamond studs on sale $160. Or if you want to overshoot, this mother and child pendant necklace is now available for $199.99. Needless to say, it is very appropriate thematically for the occasion.
Check out the whole sale before it’s too late.
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